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10 Delicious Passover Eats & Treats For The Holiday Week
We are three days into Passover and with many of you celebrating the holiday, I thought it might be fun to round-up some easy to make treats for your little ones. Regardless of what faith you follow, food is always a big part of the holidays and celebrations. It’s a great way to introduce your kids to a different culture as well.
Passover is also called “The Festival of the Unleavened Bread” and so you’ll notice that Matzah is the the basis of many of these treats Matzah is an unleaved bread that is usually eaten during the week-long Passover holiday. It can be eaten as is, used to make the infamous Matzah Ball Soup or transformed into sweet treats.
Here are 15 different treats that can be made with your children and enjoyed by all. Pick one or two to make this week during the Jewish holiday.
Who knew you could make pizzas out of matzoh?! Make them plain with cheese or decorate with veggies.
This gluten-free version is a cinch to make and tastes diving! The macaroons are slightly crisp and golden on the outside while still sweet and tender on the inside. Yum!
Honey Lime Melon
Melon balls have been spiked with a sweet and tart mixture of lime and honey. The result is a flavor party your tot will love!
No oven is needed to make these yummy chocolate treats. Choose from a coconut-almond version or a sweet-tart fruit version.
During Passover seder, families serve haroset – a sweetened apple dish that represents the mortar with which the Jewish people used to build the cities of Egypt.
Mmmm latkes! These crispy morsels of goodness are a year-round favourite in our household and can be made with flour or matzah meal.
Grilled Vegetable Skewers
Marinated vegetables are grilled to give them a ton of flavor. Just be sure to remove the skewers before feeding your tots as they aren’t the safest bet for babies.
Mango & Date Haroset
This is a fun tropical twist on the classic apple dish – haroset. Mangoes, pecans, walnuts, grapes and dates add a nice contrast of flavor and texture.